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When a young dwarf child is forced to undergo a challenging quest, three warriors - and a scholar - join together to track down a long lost piece of dwarven history.   

Coming face-to-face with the rarest wildlife Lentari has to offer, soaring high through the clouds in the clutches of the dragons, and trying to solve the most cryptic scavenger hunt anyone has ever seen, five dwarves are led on a quest to solve a mystery that has confounded their fellow dwarves for centuries.  

Let the treasure hunt begin!

©2013 Jeffrey M. Poole (P)2018 Jeffrey M. Poole

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A journey through Lentari with Dwarves and a Dragon!

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book. I have read all of Jeffrey M. Poole’s novels and the Lentari stories are up in my all time favourites. Originally, Mr. Poole published the Bakkian Prophecy and that is where I was introduced to this magical realm. Following the original trilogy, The Lost City became the first of 6 more stories based on Lentari and the characters introduced there. However, one does not need to read the trilogy first to enjoy this story, but it does give one another level of understanding. I was intrigued how Poole pulled secondary characters from the original trilogy and made them main characters in this tale. Fantastic!

Lost City focuses on the Dwarf community in Lentari, but other residents make appearances or are alluded to. Again, there is enough of an explanation, new readers are not at a loss. This book is a mystery, yet very much a Fantasy. If you enjoy Fantasy books, filled with magic and myth, this book is for you ... this series is for you. I honestly cannot recommend Poole’s Lentari Tales enough. Each time I get to read a new one - or revisit a previous one - it is like meeting up with good friends you haven’t seen in a while.

It was a treat to listen to the story, to hear it performed. It made the book come alive a bit more. It was interesting to hear how the narrator interpreted the characters. Bridger Conklin did a great job. It was well worth the credit spent. I would really like to listen to other stories from this series.

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Very enjoyable

I listen to audio books on my commute every day. I know a book is good when I look forward to the drive every day. This was one of them.
This is a book appropriate for all ages. Sweet, entertaining, funny and clever.